I have been pondering about this question, what is beauty. There are many opinions out there, probably more than many. What would define this complex, yet very personal word, beauty?
One definition that has been going around for quite some time is: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This would allude to the paradigm that each person defines what is beautiful within themselves. If you were to run this out all the way it would be like saying that freedom is being able t
Over the years, as I have read the psalms and historic books of the old testament, I have seen some wonderful things about music and what it is for. I hope you will take my musings with a grain of salt, as these ideas are not born through a systematic theological set of eyeglasses. I do not desire to debate the fine splittings of the Hebrew vocabulary, and my opinion is built on partly teaching and experience. I hope perhaps these experiences resonate with you, but you must t
In the days when I was searching for the name for our company, many ideas came to mind. A lot of my friends and family encouraged me to just simply call the company “Hampton Guitars”. They said it was a good sounding name and it has class, whatever that means. Have you ever been stuck trying to name something, knowing it’s really going to matter? It takes some of the fun out of it, like, what if it really stinks and no one wants to tell me until it’s too late. Also, I wanted
I think if we would be honest, all of us would agree that there is something inside of us that makes us tick. Our heart has been called a “ticker” by cowboys on the silver screen. What is it that really gets us going, and keeps us focused in our lives? Could it be that aspirations like that are what anchor our determination and ultimately our satisfaction? Having a look into what could be is something we all long for, and want to be captivated by. Something in our very soul